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Lisette Klok May 24
Zo waar: I can't believe that I am marching for facts!
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Woute65 Feb 7
Were all joining the fight. Climate change must stop sooner then later!
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Derceto ATERGATIS Feb 12
NO FUNERAL MARCH FOR THE OLD WORLD OF POISONERS...(F.O)
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Jan Steurs 🌻 Feb 7
in about 10 cities in Belgium, and a huge demonstration with thousands in the Netherlands! Thank you for inspiring us , now let's wake up Europe!
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jonne kuyt Feb 6
My daughter is prepping for some climate protest tomorrow.
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marit Feb 5
can you believe that thursday I’m going to the hague for the and my train leaves at 8 am which means I have to leave my house at 7:30 am let’s do this
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hero Mar 11
its all about hypocrise coz no one will ensure that once we invest in climate change that government will reward you. NO, you still have to pay tax for the climate. Its all about money. Implement birth control, i guarantee you that no one will dare to say this
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Wil Eelsing 🐾 Feb 7
Students gather in The Hague, Netherlands, to protest against uninspiring govt. policies regarding climate change
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Kim van Sparrentak Feb 13
Je girl in de 🙋‍♀️Thousands of Teens in the Netherlands and Belgium Marched for Political Action on Climate Change
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Erwin Mulders Mar 13
Great draadje! Yet another school strike in support of stricter climate policies today in Amsterdam, go kids go!
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Abdullah Aşıran Mar 10
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Laura Krings Feb 14
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Sjoukje van Oosterhout Mar 14
Impressed with the 6000 young people taking the streets again to demand more ambitious climate policy in the Hague today. Tomorrow we'll do the same here in London. 105 countries and counting
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Selma Deinum May 24
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Dana Evelyn Feb 7
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Angie 🌹 Feb 7
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MyEcoCentral Feb 8
Hi all, it won't hurt checking out the launch of our new website, all for a better planet. Each visit and comment is greatly appreciated. Use this link or on our profile.
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The Prologue Mar 14
We are congratulating on her nomination! A remarkable achievement for a 15-year-old representative of youth community. In the movement, young people can finally no longer be silenced. Youth is present and not just future!
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Rotterdam International Secondary School (RISS) Feb 7
"I went to the knowing that one person will make a and that we need to make a difference. I felt like I was doing the right thing!" says one of our students today attending the protest
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helmanbentor Feb 6
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